Development of Restoration Plan ( Organize and Process Information (C.…
Development of Restoration Plan
identify a tribal perspective on restoration
What is the need?
To Identify tribal perspective on the "want" in regard to an injured resource restoration (long-term) and to understand the pro and cons of the methods that maybe appropriate to initiate what that particular restoration may look like...
Where do we start?
Develop Strategy to address the "Need" :
Public Involvement Plan
Time frame 3 months
the INTENT of this plan is to inform and to pursue community tribal knowledge and discuss and develop alternatives toward potential restoration plans.
GOALs and OBJECTIVES
Address the "Need"
What is the tribal member's understanding on current traditional resources?
What is the tribal member's understanding of contamination?
What is the tribal member's understanding of an injured resource?
What is the tribal member's understanding restoration?
What is the tribal member's understanding of how restoration will happen?
What is the tribal member's understanding of clean/restore to what standard?
Educate brief state of site at Hanford
Contaminants of Concern
land use management / institutional controls
DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS
B. Semi-Structured interviews
Interviews will be conducted using a Rapid Qualitative Inquiry (RQI) process. This a qualitative study based on the uses of small teams researchers who will conduct semi-structured interviews and combine these with observations and information collected by the team.Further assessment of interviewees to be considered for focus group.
C. Focus Groups
Interviewees, based on their knowledge, may be asked to act as participants within a focus group to assist with furthering ideas and additional data gaps.
A. Structured interview in the form of a survey
to obtain a greater understanding of the community knowledge about Hanford and to assess further potential candidates for a second round of interviews or to be considered for focus group
D. Public meetings
This will more likely be initiated near completion of the DRAFT Tribal Restoration plan and likely held in 3 largest communities on the reservation. Kamiah, Orofino and Lapwai...
Methods A and part of C to be completed January 2020
time frame for Methods A-C 8 months
Approval from Policy
at some point this plan should be blessed via NPT Policy
IDENTIFY ADDITIONAL NEEDS
1-2 additional part-time staff will be needed to assist with managing logistics of the methods used; organizing incoming data; file management; transcriptions and other day to day tasks associated.
completed by May 2019
Organize and Process Information
what are we analyzing for?
develop a sorting process
what categorize best suit your needs?
can we make this searchable?
who are we organizing this for?
C. Develop results
from the information obtained range and gauge response data relative to questions being asked.
Develop assumptions based off the response data to be used in developing assumptions in Step 3 (light green)
to be completed by September 2020
Time frame 8 months
Develop assumptions on Achieving Restoration
Time frame 6 months
to be completed by April 2021
Understand what was injured
Tribal Cultural Service Loss Report
5 Generations of Injury
Finding of Fact
Understanding Causual Link
Import Relevant information
Long Term Stewardship Plan
NPT ERWM Guidance plan
Information from Public Participation plan study
Define Value work to be done by Economist
What is it you want?
Use information analyzed from Step 3 (light Green) to help identify this gap...
How much is it going to cost?
In order to define a value, we take the "want" and understand what it will take to implement including by not limited with factors of staff, education, capacity, time and
How Long is it going to take?
Assumptions developed from our internal perception of Long Term Stewardship will help gauge this response...
to be completed by April 2022
time frame 1 year
February 2019 to October 2022